Posts Tagged ‘Constitution’

Constitutional Know-Nothings

Written on December 30th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
The 112th Congress has an unprecedented plan. They are going to read the Constitution-the document that each member will swear to uphold-aloud on their first day. When asked on MSNBC […]

The Age of Uncertainty

Written on December 25th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
Entrepreneurs fret daily over economic uncertainty. Case in point: Even with passage of the lame-duck tax deal, they still don’t know what their tax burden will be two years from […]

Democracy Building in Interesting Times

Written on December 22nd, 2010 by kalelno shouts
The Heritage Foundation, in partnership with the Taiwan Foundation for Democracy and Taiwan’s Institute for National Policy Research, are organizing a full day public conference in Taipei on January 10 […]

Do We Still Believe in American Sovereignty?

Written on December 20th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
The current language surrounding American foreign policy (and the New START Treaty in particular) is diplomatic and courteous.  It is also dangerously ambiguous about American sovereignty.  As Steven Groves explains […]

Old Tricks for New Dangers in Germany

Written on December 16th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
Two days ago the German Ministry of Interior conducted raids against 2 fundamentalist Islamic groups — — Invitation to Paradise, in the cities of Brunswick and Moenchengladbach, and the Islamic […]

A Reading List With New Common Sense

Written on December 14th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
It is that time of the year again: Christmas gift list guides are out. (Find out which book made both the Claremont Institute’s book list and Virginia State Attorney General […]

Federal Judge Rules Obamacare Unconstitutional

Written on December 13th, 2010 by alpineskino shouts
Casting an unmistakable and perhaps permanent pockmark on the face of the Obama administration, a federal judge in Virginia ruled Monday that a major component of the new health care […]

Arizona Immigration Law in the Supreme Court: Employers Who Knowingly Hire Illegal Aliens

Written on December 9th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
The oral arguments in the Supreme Court on Wednesday in U.S. Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting were an interesting mix of tap dancing, political correctness, and duplicity. In Whiting, the […]

Churchill Saw It Coming

Written on December 3rd, 2010 by kalelno shouts
One hundred and thirty six years ago this week, Winston Churchill—arguably the leading statesman of the twentieth century—was born. The son of a British father and an American mother, Churchill […]

Don’t Tread On Me! What it Means for Foreign Policy

Written on November 30th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
The bold letters of the Gadsden Flag have become the slogan of America’s 21st century Tea Party movement and a symbol of the unique American spirit. Most resurgent patriots intuitively […]
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